The Supremes: Reflections - The Definitive Performances 1964-1969
Super Savings Item! Save 34% on the The Supremes: Reflections - The Definitive Performances 1964-1969 by Universal Music at WA Tunes. MPN: DVDMOT7961. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard (and her replacement Cindy Birdsong) conquered the charts and then the world through their TV appearances. Their looks, their charm and of course their great hits burst from the screen and won over even the harshest critics. Now the fans can have it all over again -- the original ''Dreamgirls'' doing their thing unlike any group before or since. The Supremes: Reflections, produced for UMe by Historic Films, is an extraordinary DVD collection -- their
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Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard (and her replacement Cindy Birdsong) conquered the charts and then the world through their TV appearances. Their looks, their charm and of course their great hits burst from the screen and won over even the harshest critics. Now the fans can have it all over again -- the original "Dreamgirls" doing their thing unlike any group before or since. The Supremes: Reflections, produced for UMe by Historic Films, is an extraordinary DVD collection -- their greatest hits on video in any form for the first time. Included are not only the classic appearances from the Ed Sullivan Show and Hullaballo, but incredible rare footage not seen since first aired more than 40 years ago. As a fabulous bonus, a click of the sub-title button will also reveal entertaining and revealing trivia about each clip. Then there's the DVD extras, the icing on the cake: additional rare clips of "Baby Love" and "Stop! In The Name Of Love," early footage of the trio doing their first top 40 hit, and uncut footage from the documentary Anatomy Of Pop that includes an interview with Berry Gordy. As with all other UMe/Motown DVD collections, all audio has been significantly upgraded; where the group has lip-synced to the record, you'll now hear remastered stereo right from the Motown vault. 1. Where Did Our Love Go (The Steve Allen Show, September 24, 1964) 2. Baby Love (Shivaree, 1965) 3. Come See About Me (Teen Town, February 1965) 4. Stop! In The Name Of Love (Murray The K - It's What's Happening!, June 28, 1965) 5. Back In My Arms Again (Mike Douglas Show, November 3, 1965) 6. Nothing But Heartaches (Hullaballoo, September 13, 1965) 7. I Hear A Symphony (Mike Douglas Show, November 3, 1965) 8. My World Is Empty Without You (Anatomy Of Pop - The Music Explosion, 1965) 9. You Can't Hurry Love (The Ed Sullivan Show, September 25, 1966)* 10. You Keep Me Hanging On (Promotional Film, 1966) 11. Love Is Here And Now Your Gone (The Andy Williams Show, January 22, 1967) 12. The Happening (Live In Stockholm/Swedish TV, April 20,1968) 13. Reflections (The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special, December 3, 1967) 14. In And Out Of Love (Live In Stockholm/Swedish TV, April 20th, 1968) 15. Love Child (The Ed Sullivan Show, September 29, 1968) 16. Someday We'll Be Together (The Hollywood Palace, October 18, 1969) DVD Extras 1. Baby Love (Top Of The Pops, October 15, 1964) 2.Stop! In The Name Of Love (Shivaree, 1965) 3. When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes (The Supremes In Carr'e, Amsterdam, October 14, 1964) 4. My World Is Empty Without You (Original Clip w/ Narration, Anatomy Of Pop, 1965)
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|Item Weight:||0.26 pounds|
|Item Size:||5.5 x 0.75 x 0.75 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.2 pounds|
|Package Size:||5.3 x 0.7 x 0.7 inches|
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